Friday, August 6, 2010

Genetically Engineered Crops Escape to the Wild

A report from NPR finds that genetically engineered Canola has escaped into the wild, along roads throughout North Dakota.  The study highlight the ease with which GE crops can spread and escape and that these plants breed in the wild.

The NPR report gives an embarrassing one-sided view suggesting that escaped GE crops pose no risk to altering ecosystems.  NPR did not interview any environmental activists regarding their report.

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